Although Haji Mohamed Dawjee should be putting her degree in music to better use she suffers from stage fright so instead she spends her time at the Mail & Guardian as the social media editor. Besides pushing the M&G's stories on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and Instagram, Haji also throws together social media news and views for our readers and keeps an eye on our competitors' social media stats. Her other eye is used for cat-naps and her ears are on the ground so she can hear the buzz around the latest trend. She's a little funny, slightly quirky and she smells good most of the time. Pigeons are her Kryptonite and she shoots apostrophes.
While you may think the Goldilocks zone refers to not being too hot or too cold, it could also refer to the state of being simply human.
Economic Freedom Fighters' commander-in-chief Julius Malema took to social media to answer pressing questions from the public.
It's time President Jacob Zuma takes responsibility for his actions - or inaction as it were - and asks for forgiveness from South Africans.
Haji Mohamed Dawjee imagines a letter of thanks from Oscar Pistorius.
SA's leaders are desperate to foil the evil plot of the enchantress Thuli Madonsela to bring about an unhappy ending, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
In a fictional land, the ruler of a private residence, Nkandla, is determined to foil the public protector's plan to bring about an end to the ANC.
What was she thinking while cooking up a Twitter storm? You might have asked. Well, let's take a look.
Extensive coverage of the Oscar Pistorius trial is actually all about media houses trying to trample their competitors, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
The publicity around the trial of Oscar Pistorius isn't for the public, it's media houses trying to outdo each other, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
This season's blockbuster from Parlywood, "We have a good story to tell", may face a new villian: Lindiwe Mazibuko.